byDora Bleu, Simon Wickham-Smith, Pekka Kumpulainen
Dora Bleu (acoustic guitar and voice), Simon Wickham-Smith (piano) and Pekka Kumpulainen (theremin) performing live at Ivalo church on September 7th 2008 as part of the Inari Festival of Experimental Music in Lapland, Finland Topics: IFEM, Inari Festival of Experimental Music
byWerner, Charles J. (Charles Jolly), b. 1887; Thompson, Benjamin F. (Benjamin Franklin), 1784-1849
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Third VHF release by trio "From Quagmire." A mix of collage and roughly-styled human performance full of dramatic contrast. Most tracks house Dorothy Geller's (a.k.a. Dora Bleu) voice and pointillistic nylon string guitar in a thick embrace of droning sound. Much of the CD was recorded in the UK, where guests Helena Espvall-Santoleri (Cello), Sharon Krauss (Whistle and Clarinet) and Simon Wickham-Smith (Electronics) added their substantial input to the record. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Source: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Dora_Bleu/Habitats_In_the_Wound/
Every 1st and 3rd Wednesday at 16h00 on Radio Panik 105.4FM, Brussels. Repeats every 2nd and 4th Saturday at 23h30. Ou•tré (uˈtreɪ) adj. Scrambling radio art/art of radio, social imaginary significations, collective fictional spaces, post-economic music, queer diasporas ... A relational outburst of ... Skipping CD's with Disism, Heather Leigh, The (Hypothetical) Prophets, Lewis den Hertog, The 012, Cyrnai, Simon Wickham-Smith (on Tanuki), King Alfaman & Needle Boy, IX Tab,... Topics: Disism, Heather Leigh, The (Hypothetical) Prophets, Lewis den Hertog, The 012, Cyrnai, Simon...
"The pieces on this CD are all based on the ideas in Larry Polansky's four voice canons, a series of pieces he began in 1975. These canons are usually "mensuration canons," which means that the tempi of successive voices is proportional to their start times, so that the voices end together. They also use simple ideas of moving through a list of permutations, and applying the elements of those permutations to various musical parameters. A set of Polansky's canons was produced on... Source: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Simon_Wickham-Smith/DIY_Canons/